Fairfield Inn and Suites Greensboro
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... as well, but these were the main characters. The show was broadcast in black and white until 1965 when it became a color television broadcast and in 1964 it was renamed to Andy of Mayberry.
We made the hour long ride to Mt. Airy and along the way we saw a large rocky butte jutting above a forest of green trees. It was Pilot Mountain, which is about 10 miles from Mt. Airy. It was also referred to in the show as Mt. Pilot.
When we ...
... from Korea I literally stopped doing everything that got me hooked on the culture. To be honest, I'm not sure why; maybe it was just my way of trying to protect myself from missing everything I experienced while there or maybe I just experienced it and was time for something new. But, recently I've started getting back into my Korean love phase and I'm starting to remember everything. I even finally finished my 2nd scrapbook that I've been working on.
I found ...
... the park including two golf courses, aquatics center, riding stables, BMX track, trails, playgrounds and tennis courts. It reminded us of the park we stayed in on James Island near Charleston in South Carolina.
We were joined a bit later by Susie and Ed and we all enjoyed some time together here before we headed back to their house for more of the same. All three dogs were here at the campground and they got along real well. Momba is a very low key dog and he ...
... driving no more than 45, which in many parts of this 20-some mile stretch, was 10 MPH slower than the speed limit.
Some of the cars in front of us began to pass until we were directly behind the folks in the motor home. I was hoping they would pick it up a bit, but that never happened. We just kept chugging along.
A couple of times we witnessed a motorcyclist pull out from behind us, in the string of vehicles that was piling up, ...
... I connected with Dean, whose family lives on a 60-acre farm just 10 minutes outside of Greensboro. I did contact him last week to let him know the changes in plans that I will be coming alone, and it was fine! Doodad Farm is spectacular! It's not an actual farm, like they don't grow produces, but they use the land to hold live music events and even a summer festival! It has like a mini-Bonnaroo vibe (Bonnaroo is a huge music festival held in ...